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How can one Print from a Laptop on a Network?

Have a Desktop with XP linked to a printer and Laptopn on a Network. I want tp print from the Laptop.

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You need to enable file and printer sharing in your Desktop computer. Try this link http://compnetworking.about.com/od/windowsfilesharing/ht/enable_disable.htm .

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On the laptop go to add new printer and choose network printer, you should be able to browse to the desktop machine by name and choose the Laserjet as a printer (whether you want it to be the default is up to you). The laptop will download and install the drivers from the desktop pc to the laptop and set the correct network path automatically.

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hi

have a look here

Share Your Printer Over a Home Network Using Windows XP

in order to print from laptop to printer both pc need to be tuned on ,


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